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FIVE REASONS TO PRACTICE YOGA
Reason #1: Feel at Home in Your Own Skin
Asana practice is a wonderful elixir for greater ease and wellbeing. As if by some miracle, a well designed asana class can dramatically reduce body pain and impart optimism. The Asana practice is now a national trend that has found its way into schools, prisons, corporate institutions and hospitals. Why? Quite simple, it works.
Reason #2: It’s Cheaper Than Therapy
Poor mental health seems to be a growing epidemic, particularly among the younger generations. Never has there been so many choices and so little guidance. What’s more, we have become increasingly divorced from the natural world and the presence it instills. It’s no wonder that people have become increasingly depressed and confused.
Yoga practice can significantly offset stress and anxiety. If you go to a 60 minute yoga class, suddenly your problems seem less consuming because of the healing salve that’s created to last another 24 hours. There is an immediate visceral benefit to practicing.
“A regular yoga practice gives you the
tools to manage your mental health
and it’s cheaper than therapy.”
A regular yoga practice gives you the tools to manage your mental health and it’s cheaper than therapy.
Reason #3: Embody a Yogic Life
Yoga is not just a final destination – to live in communion with the Source. We can bring the spirit of yoga to any actions we perform, such as parenting, watering the garden, making lunch and meditating. In that sense, the journey is the destination.
Yoga removes the veils that obstruct our ability to see clearly and perceive one life path or dharma. A dharmic life is a life that is good for one’s self and for others. A dharmic life gradually leads one down the path of greater fulfillment and meaningful contribution, which is something everyone wants at their core. A dharmic life sets the stage for spiritual development and an ethical platform from which to grow into our deeper potential. A dharmic life supports us in living more skillfully and with less friction.